Whether you're on a much needed retreat, attending a group meeting, or a member of the wedding party, the "out of this world" christian and family activities at Elijah's Harbor are available to make your stay with us as enjoyable and rewarding as possible.
Take some leisure time out on our 200 acre estate hiking, biking, fishing, and watching the exotic animals at Elijah's Harbor. Guests can enjoy campfires, picnics, barbeques, lunch by the pool, sports nights and dinner at the Jackson Mansion. For the more adventurous, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood, Asheville, NC and the Blue Ridge Parkway are all within driving distance.
Trails and paths lead you around the property along rock walls, next to the trout pond, beside bamboo and wild flowers, and all the way down to the river. You're always welcome to walk or pedal your way around, free to explore the natural beauty and scenery at the Harbor.
Cast your line from the Elijah's Harbor pavilion or in our stocked trout pond. The Nolichucky River is well known for both small mouth bass and channel catfish. You clean 'em, we'll cook 'em!
Wildlife abounds at Elijah's Harbor so be sure to bring your camera! From the familiar to the exotic, you'll find deer, zebra, alpaca, cranes, and more as you stroll in mountain fields and through the forest of the estate.
For those quiet moments and personal reflection, find a favorite place among the flowers, shrubs, and koi pond in the gardens around Jackson Mansion. Stone walkways and and mountain views welcome you to spend some bench time in the gardens.
Ready to break loose and ride for a while? Several ATV's are available for adults and adult-supervised rides on the property. A small hourly fee and strict rules apply. Inquire at the front desk for more information.
Elijah's Harbor is located in historic Greeneville, Tennessee near the Great Smokey Mountains. The town of Greeneville features the President Andrew Johnson Historic Site, several Civil War and historic markers, Dickson-Williams Mansion, and Nathanael Greene Museum. The Davy Crocket Birthplace State Park is also located in nearby Limestone.